NIST Cybersecurity Framework: A Cheat Sheet for Professionals

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology's framework defines federal policy, but it can be used by private enterprises, too. Here's what you need to know.

Botnet Attack Targeted Routers: A Wake-Up Call for Securing Remote Employees’ Hardware

The FBI spotted this state-sponsored attack that highlights how home office setups can be overlooked when it comes to employees’ cybersecurity.

By |2024-02-09T15:44:55+00:00February 2, 2024|botnet, cisco, CXO, cybersecurity, ddos, federal bureau of investigation, Hardware, home office, Internet of Things, IT Policies, Netgear, Networking, Security, Tech & Work, u.s. department of justice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Botnet Attack Targeted Routers: A Wake-Up Call for Securing Remote Employees’ Hardware

Abnormal Security: Microsoft Tops List of Most-Impersonated Brands in Phishing Exploits

A new study found that 4.31% of phishing attacks mimicked Microsoft, far ahead of the second most-spoofed brand PayPal.

By |2023-08-29T16:07:06+00:00August 29, 2023|ai, Artificial Intelligence, BEC, chatgpt, check point, Cloud, cybersecurity, email, generative ai, International, it, IT Policies, Microsoft, Microsoft 365, network+, Networking, Open source, paypal, phishing, Security, social engineering, Software, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Abnormal Security: Microsoft Tops List of Most-Impersonated Brands in Phishing Exploits

Critical Insight Reports Fewer Cybersecurity Breaches in Health Care, Yet Victim Numbers Are Up in 2023

A new study by Critical Insight shows that cybersecurity attacks in the health care sector are hitting more individuals and finding vulnerabilities in third-party partners.

By |2023-08-24T13:12:32+00:00August 24, 2023|cloud security, CXO, cybersecurity, data theft, hackers, healthcare, it, IT Policies, ransomware, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Critical Insight Reports Fewer Cybersecurity Breaches in Health Care, Yet Victim Numbers Are Up in 2023
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